Akko Kagari is an ordinary girl who joins the renowned witch academy for witch girls, Luna Nova Academy. When she was younger, she went to Magical Festa, a magic show hosted by a witch ...
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Akko Kagari is an ordinary girl who joins the renowned witch academy for witch girls, Luna Nova Academy. When she was younger, she went to Magical Festa, a magic show hosted by a witch named Shiny Chariot. Akko was so mesmerized and inspired by Shiny Chariot's performance that she dreamed to someday be a "cool" witch like her.
'Little Witch Academia' is a beautifully animated series with great characters. I will not write much about the animation because anyone who watches a few minutes of the show will notice how well done it is. On the character side, the two leads, Akko and Diana are fantastic. Both are very strong and well developed in their roles. The (original) voice acting is good, and even the secondary characters are memorable (despite their tendencies to meld into the background). As for the story, I thought the first two seasons were well done (peaking in the second half of S2) and I cannot wait for the next adventure.
Really the only downside is that the English dub is terrible (common in anime) and that the subtitles have a few grammatical errors and sometimes do not articulate what's actually happening on screen. Overall the first two seasons of LWA are a solid 9/10 and I believe it can get to 10/10 if it continues to improve.
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